Posts Tagged ‘ Plantation Crops ’

Plantation Crops [Part 2]

June 29, 2012
By Krishiworld
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The area intended for planting is first cleared of forest growth and adequate steps are taken to prevent . Planting lines are traced(as at present on contour on hill slopes) and pits of a convenient size(generally 30-45 cm deep and 24 cm wide) are dug. The normal accepted spacing is 120 X 75 cm,...

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Plantation Crops [Part 1]

June 28, 2012
By Krishiworld
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Tea. Tea (Camellia spp.) is an important beverage and the world drinks more of it than any other beverage. It is made from the tender or young leaves and unopened buds of the evergreen tea-plant, popular as a ‘healthful herb’. The tea plant is in the polymorphic species Camellia sinensis Kuntz, but recent findings...

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